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propylon

[ prop-uh-lon ]
/ ˈprɒp əˌlɒn /
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noun, plural prop·y·la [prop-uh-luh]. /ˈprɒp ə lə/.
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Origin of propylon

1825–35; <Greek propýlon, equivalent to pro-pro-2 + pýl(ē) gate + -on neuter singular noun ending
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